Which is better, fiber or nylon? The difference between fiber and nylon yarn, fiber (US: Fiber; British: Fibre) refers to a substance composed of continuous or discontinuous filaments. In animals and plants, fiber plays an important role in maintaining tissues. Fiber has a wide range of uses. It can be woven into fine threads, thread ends and hemp ropes, and can also be woven into fiber layers when making paper or felt; at the same time, it is also commonly used to make other materials and form composite materials with other materials.
Fiber is a natural or synthetic filamentous substance. In modern life, fiber is used everywhere, and there are many high-tech contained in it. Missiles need to be protected from high temperatures, river embankments need to be prevented from collapsing, cement needs to be prevented from cracking, blood vessels and nerves need to be repaired, these are inseparable from the small "magic boy" of fiber.
Comfortable dressing, protection from the cold and sun protection were our initial requirements for clothes, and now this requirement is easily met. After the seaweed carbon fiber is made into clothes, it can cause the body's molecular friction to produce thermal reaction for a long time when wearing it, and promote the body's blood circulation, so it can store heat and keep warm, and the anti-ultraviolet radiation fiber made of clothes can reduce the trouble of holding umbrellas in summer.
However, people not only demand warm clothes, but also add many new requirements. The fibers can meet one by one: in the past, "polyester cotton" and "acrylic cotton" were popular. Good skin affinity, while polyester and polypropylene are strong and wear-resistant and easy to wash. The new material has undergone a subversive change. It can be "cotton cover polyester", "cotton cover acrylic", new type of antibacterial and moisture-conducting fibers, woven fabrics can let sweat permeate, but not adhere, so that the sweat will be discharged outside. The layer of cotton cloth can keep the clothes dry at any time...everything changes, just to help us wear more comfortable.
Nylon yarn is a general term for thermoplastic resins containing repeating amide groups -[NHCO]- on the molecular backbone. Including aliphatic PA, aliphatic-aromatic PA and aromatic PA. Among them, aliphatic PA has many varieties, large output and wide application, and its name is determined by the specific carbon number of the synthetic monomer.